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On principle, I rarely judge a fragrance by its price. But Portugal is such a total ripoff, it's offensive, and deserves a major league thumbs down. Does the world really need yet another boring Jean-Marie Farina clone, only less long-lasting and a lot more expensive? If this were only $15 or so, I'd leave it alone because this isn't a bad smelling or poorly made scent. But charging $65 for a completely unoriginal, yawn-inspiring eau de cologne that has been done hundreds of times before and has the longevity of a TV commercial is simply insulting. Booooooo!!!
31st October, 2009